Donald Trump Declares War on the People’s Bill of Rights, Sanctions Red Terror Police State

Huffington Post – by Ryan J. Reilly

WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump received applause on Friday when he endorsed police brutality while delivering a speech to law enforcement officers on Long Island, New York.

The president suggested that officers should hit suspects’ heads on the doors of their police cars.

“When you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, and I said, ‘Please don’t be too nice,’” Trump said.


“Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody, don’t hit their head, I said, ‘You can take the hand away, OK?’” he added.

His remarks received significant applause.

Trump also made the dubious claim that laws were “horrendously stacked” against police officers and said he wants to change those laws.

“For years and years, [laws have] been made to protect the criminal,” Trump said. “Totally protect the criminal, not the officers. You do something wrong, you’re in more jeopardy than they are. These laws are stacked against you. We’re changing those laws.”

In his speech, Trump also said that police officers in many parts of the country couldn’t do their jobs because they had a “pathetic mayor” or a mayor “who doesn’t know what’s going on.” Those comments also received a lengthy applause.

“It’s sad, it’s sad. You look at what’s happening, and it’s sad,” Trump said. “We’re going to support you like you’ve never been supported before.”

Trump also spoke about violence in Chicago, which was a consistent theme of his speeches throughout the campaign and is a topic he has continued to reference during his presidency. Trump recalled speaking to an “impressive” and “rough cookie” police officer from Chicago, and said the officer had told him he could straighten out the city’s violence problem in a “couple of days” if he was given the authority.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Trump may not be getting along these days, but the two are on the same page when it comes to policing. Sessions has had the Justice Department pull back from “pattern or practice” investigations that look into widespread constitutional abuses in police departments.

Zeke Johnson, senior director of programs at Amnesty International USA, said Trump’s “inflammatory and hateful speech will only escalate tensions between police and communities,” putting both officers and civilians at risk.

“Police cannot treat every community like an invading army, and encouraging violence by police is irresponsible and reprehensible,” he said.

Vanita Gupta, who headed the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division under former President Barack Obama, said Trump’s remarks were “unconscionable” and undermined the positive efforts of local law enforcement to build up community trust.

“The president of the United States, standing before an audience of law enforcement officials, actively encouraged police violence,” Gupta said. “We call on the president to immediately and unequivocally condemn police brutality. We can all respect our law enforcement officers without sanctioning unjust and illegal behavior.”

Robert Driscoll, a former Justice Department Civil Rights Division official under the President George W. Bush administration, was also critical.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trump-police-brutality_us_597b840fe4b02a8434b6575a

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29 thoughts on “Donald Trump Declares War on the People’s Bill of Rights, Sanctions Red Terror Police State

  1. Trump, this is one of the reasons I’ll never support you. You’re a pathetic kisser of pig ass and a domestic enemy of the Constitution.

    As for the pigs, if they get even more violent, then eventually they’ll reap what they sow. There is no incentive for a suspect in a crime (whether innocent or guilty) to surrender peacefully if he has reason to believe that he will be brutalized anyway. He will be more likely to fight to the death.

  2. Here’s another exerpt from his speech:

    “And I want to just tell you all together, right now, the reason I came — this is the most important sentence to me: On behalf of the American people, I want to say, thank you. Thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you.

    And I don’t think you know how much the public respects and admires you. You’re saving American lives every day, and we have your backs — believe me — we have your backs 100 percent. Not like the old days. Not like the old days. (Applause.)

    You know, when you wanted to take over and you used military equipment — and they were saying you couldn’t do it — you know what I said? That was my first day: You can do it. (Laughter.) In fact, that stuff is disappearing so fast we have none left. (Laughter.) You guys know — you really knew how to get that. But that’s my honor. And I tell you what — it’s being put to good use.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/politics/wp/2017/07/28/trumps-speech-encouraging-police-to-be-rough-annotated/?utm_term=.a7bc4997154e

      1. I have Admin. to thank for that. 😉 😀
        Being technically challenged, I have no clue how to insert videos into a story. LOL
        Thank you Admin. and Henry. 🙂

    1. ok, this time you drive and I’ll club…..I’m good at clubbing….did a lot of it in the 80s ……haha

  3. Eventually we will just get to the point that we have community patrols, where neighbors will catch these uniform gangs out in their streets, gun them down, grind them into hamburger, deposit their fertilizer into the nearest fishing hole and dispose of the car. No one will say anything.

    1. I didn’t watch more then a few minutes of this, whats the point in having a loosing mentality, you need to build people up, not depress them.

      1. David, go past the few minutes. I’m @ 5:50 and the guy has said you either jail or kill the psychopaths, this is his preferred option.
        Actually, a very good video, thus far.

  4. Again, for the tards in costumes…. “the enforcers of tyranny MUST bare the brunt of the peoples resistance to it” we’ll hang the tyrants right after you are dealt with…

    We don’t ask for or need your protection…you are not “fighting for my freedom” and all that bs….grow a brain and stop violating our natural rights

    Join free humanity….

  5. “Everything is going according to plans lord vader.”
    It seems getting the people to fight among themselves is harder than expected, but getting them to fight with so called authority( government enforcement) should prove much more reliable as a means to advance the police state agenda.
    Lets face it, at this stage of the game if anyone has any reservations that the game isnt rigged, i mean, all sides work twards the same end goal , human subjugation.
    Collective non compliance could solve the problem but im too busy, gotta get a pizza and some diet coke, dancing with saturn comes on tonight.

  6. This guy is spot on about killing the psychopaths. He is also on target about how these psychopaths are culling us without bullets. The amazing thing is their cunning ……they have us participating in our own demise.

  7. More Reality TV nonsense, eh “The Donald”? Bet you won’t be saying that when you and your criminal psycho elite buddies destroy the US economy to where there won’t be enough municipal dollars to pay cops (or paramedics, for that matter), to where cops themselves will start doing their jobs on you criminals. For your own sake, Trump, I do hope they do the right thing and send you and your kind to Antarctica after being found guilty of crimes against humanity instead of simply taking an MS-13 machete to your head. And then when you do meet your Maker, your Maker will institute serious justice. God’s Will be done. Amen.

  8. Also, Angel, thanks for posting Carl Klang’s song…back in the mid-90s when I was trying to defend my right to travel and being sent to jail over it when I was nursing my daughter, Klang’s songs always brought me some comfort.

  9. “For years and years, [laws have] been made to protect the criminal,” Trump said.

    Well, at least he admitted it.

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